Road Rage: Women More Likely To Come Unhinged During The Daily Commute
12:45 pm, July 30th | by Amy Tennery
Sixty-one percent of U.S. women who responded to a Harris Interactive poll claimed they succumbed to road rage, according to CBS. Of course, the self-reported nature of this report suggests there are perhaps more road ragers who went unidentified in this report. After all, no one likes to admit she came unhinged over a broken taillight.
This isn’t to say that men are all that far behind, in terms of daily commute hostility. Of the men surveyed, 56 percent claimed they were road ragers, as well.
The one thing most respondents in this survey had in common? The vast majority said they drive to work. I think we’ve identified the problem.